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DC power supplies are available in switch-mode (also known as switching) or linear configurations of which switching power supply is preferred in modern-day electronics due to their low cost, compact design, and improved efficiency.
Rethinking the wind turbine: Students from Scotland are developing next-generation, intelligent, modular wind turbines.
A move to ultrasonic acoustics for wireless energy transmission could power implants, underwater sensors, and more
A team of researchers in Korea has been working on functional acoustic energy transmission (AET) systems, and their latest paper details a major breakthrough: Prototypes capable of powering LEDs, sensors, and Bluetooth transmitters at range and through materials include metal, tissue, and water.
Battery cells come in rigid form factors that limit where and how they can be implemented in electric vehicles without forcing major design tradeoffs. Capacitech’s flexible energy storage products complements batteries, improves performance, enable features, and streamlines design.
Article #3 of Connectivity and Sensing in Harsh Environments Series: Rugged switchgear connectors and terminations enable the handling of electrical energy safely and efficiently in the harsh environments of marine applications.
Demonstrated at a small scale in the lab, this free-positioning wireless power transfer system offers a highly robust connection to moving receivers over a wide area using a "counter-intuitive" approach.
Our System Architect Electronics, Tom Kooyman, will take you through a journey of what makes Lightyear One’s battery special.
Article 5 of the Power Conversion Series. An innovative transformer solution addresses many of the traditional challenges previous products had to solve.